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Save Mangroves

If you know the pivotal role played by mangroves then you must keep your eyes open for those who harm them.

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Save Trees

Trees are valuable for the existence of any living creature on earth. They are the ground troops on an environmental frontline.

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Fight Noise Pollution

Noise can be defined as a non-harmonious or discordant group of sounds. It is a serious health hazard.

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ABOUT CAT

The Conservation Action Trust is a registered non-profit organization formed to protect the environment, particularly forests and wildlife. The main purpose of the Trust is to educate and enlighten decision makers and the public about the importance of forests for our survival. The role of forests in protecting the water security of the country is one of the major thrust areas of CAT.

CAT is dedicated to provide assistance in the form of technical information, legal advice, aid and equipment to all those who are confronting environmental problems. At the helm of CAT is Mr. Debi Goenka. Mr. Debi Goenka has been connected with nature since as early as his college days. With more than 35 years of experience, he has been determinedly working for conservation and protection of the environment.

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CONSERVATION OF MANGROVES

Mangroves are evergreen forest found extensively in the estuarine regions where mud-flats are wide and gently sloping. Besides...
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MATHERAN

Continuous degradation of the forests within Matheran’s Ecosensitive area (ESA) has been observed at an alarming rate. CAT’s advocacy...
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RENEWABLE ENERGY – SATPUDA TIGER LANDSCAPE

CAT has been working for conserving and protecting the tiger and tiger habitats and reducing the tiger-human conflict....
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SATPUDA LANDSCAPE TIGER PARTNERSHIP (SLTP)

The SLTP instigated by the Born Free Foundation in the UK, is a multi-faceted approach to delivering long-term...
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Time has come to look at Mumbai’s Sanjay Gandhi National Park too

Shailesh Gaikwad, Hindustan Times, May 29 2017 Link to news article Citizens protesting against the proposed Metro 3 depot at Aarey...
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Trains to nowhere

Debi Goenka, The Hindu, May 28 2017 Link to the article Our commuters need a better deal. And though there...
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MMRDA GETS 47 HECTARES MANGROVE LAND FOR TRANS HARBOUR LINK

Yogesh Naik, Mumbai Mirror, May 29 2017 Link to news article According to the project plan, most of the affected...
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Coastal Road project: Mumbai to lose mangrove cover equivalent to 4 Oval Maidans

Badri Chatterjee, Hindustan Times, May 29 2017 Link to news article State government officials said that 33.17 hectares (ha) — almost...
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Mangroves outside Mumbai Metropolitan Region are not protected by state cell

Badri Chatterjee, Hindustan Times, May 28 2017 Link to news article Two years after 15,088 hectares of mangroves along the Maharashtra coastline...
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Tigers in trouble: Environment ministry panel clears Ken-Betwa river-linking project

Mayank Aggarwal, Mint, May 26 2017 Link to news article A tigress at the Panna National Park. Environmentalists say the...
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Environment ministry planning to ease coastal regulation norms

Mayank Aggarwal, Mint, May 26 2017 Link to news article Environmentalists say the coastal development norms under the draft Marine...
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Ken-Betwa interlinking gets forest clearance

Nitin Sethi, Business Standard, May 26 2017 Link to news article The environment ministry’s Forest Advisory Committee (FAC) has recommended the...
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Do you want to do your bit for the environment? Want to participate in a good cause but don’t know where to start? Volunteer with us in our various field-oriented projects.

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15087
Hectares of mangroves notified as Reserved Forest in the State of Maharashtra
98%
Public transport Vehicles converted to CNG
3500
square kilometers of forest prevented from denotification in Vidarbha
176
households provided with renewable energy in buffer areas of Pench and Tadoba tiger reserve

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